Below are some photos from last week at PB.
First up was a Whitethroat
Next which was a real treat a Nightingale.
Not far away a Song Thrush
After a shower this Dunnock had a manicure
In the woods the Treecreepers were on the move
On the home run was this chap drying out
Always a pleasure to see a cow in tip-top condition
All in all a good day with plenty to see and the water levels going up a bit.
Pulborough is a great place to visit, last time i went there earlier this year the adders were out and about, but no Nightingales great pictures of those thanks for sharing your day out.
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Thank you Robin for sharing with us your magnificent photos. How lucky you were to find a Nightingale sitting on a fence, most unusual. The white cow looks as if it is drying out after a shower.
I am looking forward to seeing more of your work in the future.
In reply to Shane:
I did think of your blog walking down Adder alley. I was very lucky with the Nightingales as on my last visit I could hear them but not see them. I agree with you Pulborough is a great place to visit and I look forward very much to my next visit.
In reply to Downsman:
Thank you Downsman
I was very lucky with the fence post pictures, I am just about to put another photo on the gallery which may bring a wry smile to some.
The extra rain came about the right time.
I hope I am lucky again on my next visit.
All the best
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In reply to maria k:
Not forgetting the adjacent Heathland Area still being brought back to life. It is always worth a stroll which is likely to include interesting bird, wild plant & (in season) fungi sightings.
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